Tenant cuts out Dublin landlord’s heart, tries to eat it after chess fight

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A woman pauses by police tape around the house in Castleknock, Dublin, where the body of Tom O’Gorman was found Monday. Niall Carson/AP

Saverio Bellante, 34, was charged with murdering Tom O’Gorman, 39, whose home he shared. Pathologists said the victim suffered dozens of severe knife wounds to his head and chest, which had been cut fully open.

(SOURCE)  DUBLIN – An Italian man allegedly cut open his Dublin landlord’s chest and tried to eat his heart following a fight over a chess match.

Saverio Bellante, 34, was charged Monday with murder. Police say he admitted his guilt after being arrested Sunday at the home he shared with Tom O’Gorman, a policy researcher for a conservative Catholic think tank in Ireland.

Pathologists said the 39-year-old victim suffered dozens of severe knife wounds to his head and chest, which had been cut fully open. Ireland’s senior pathologist determined that the heart remained, but a lung was missing.

Police offered no explanation for what happened to the lung. Evidence suggested that O’Gorman’s prone head and body also were bludgeoned with a dumbbell.

Bellante called police to report the killing. He claimed to officers that he had cut open O’Gorman’s chest and tried to eat his heart after a dispute over a move in a chess match the two had been playing.

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2 thoughts on “Tenant cuts out Dublin landlord’s heart, tries to eat it after chess fight

  1. unbelievable evil grotesque , either bad drugs or alcohol involved, demonic influences took over to kill and destroy.

  2. I do not need to read ~the full article~ this is horrific! The human race is not only going insane but will perish without Jesus. God help us to endure and keep looking for The Blessed Hope, Brother Gordon.

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